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|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||75.99 x 1800|
|Day's Range||74.84 - 76.26|
|52 Week Range||55.08 - 86.04|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.96|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.59|
|Earnings Date||Dec 19, 2018 - Dec 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.80 (1.07%)|
|1y Target Est||87.76|
Tiger Woods has reportedly turned down a 3 million dollar payday to play in a tournament in Saudi Arabia. This would have been the pro golfers largest cash-out for an overseas tournament. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Adam Johnson, Bullseye Brief author & publisher; and Tom Lee, head of research and co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors discuss.
Nike's Jordan Brand executive changes, revealed Tuesday afternoon, followed a year in which the division posted a set of lagging revenue numbers. Specifically, the Jordan Brand revenue fell by 8 percent, to $2.85 billion from $3.09 billion. Nike didn't detail the division's performance in the release detailing its most recent quarterly report, which landed in September.
Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE) has made a sweeping change to its Jordan Brand leadership team. The company said Tuesday that Coca-Cola executive Craig A. Williams will become the division's president, replacing Larry Miller. Miller will become chairman for the new Jordan Brand Advisory Board.
(Reuters) - Nike Inc on Tuesday named former Coca-Cola Co executive Craig Williams as president of its sports shoes unit Jordan Brand. Williams, who will take charge on Jan. 14, most recently headed the world's biggest beverage maker's partnership with fast-food chain McDonald's. He will replace Larry Miller who will become the chairman of the newly created Jordan Brand advisory board, Nike said. Jordan Brand is a premium brand of footwear, apparel and accessories inspired by the legacy of former basketball player Michael Jordan. ...
Nike Inc on Tuesday named former Coca-Cola Co executive Craig Williams as president of its sports shoes unit Jordan Brand. Williams, who will take charge on Jan. 14, most recently headed the world's biggest ...
NIKE, Inc. (NKE) announced today that effective Jan. 14, 2019, Craig A. Williams will become President of Jordan Brand. Williams joins Jordan Brand from The Coca-Cola Co., where he most recently served as Senior Vice President, The Coca-Cola Co. and President of The McDonald’s Division (TMD) Worldwide and was responsible for growing brands and beverages categories. Larry Miller, current Jordan Brand President, will become Chairman for the newly created Jordan Brand Advisory Board.
Strong promotional activity may be waning at Foot Locker, Inc. (NASDAQ: FL ). The Analyst Cowen's John Kernan on Monday maintained a Market Perform rating and raised his price target from $46 to $56. The ...
Under Armour is doing its best to give Nike a run for its money, and not just in footwear sales. Roughly eight months after Nike’s senior management team was upended by complaints about the treatment of female employees, the Wall Street Journal has investigated Under Armour (paywall) and uncovered a culture that can charitably be…
Cura Cannabis Solutions has brought on veteran Nike and Columbia Sportswear executive Ron Parham as its vice president of investor relations, and confirmed that it's considering going public in 2019. Portland-based Cura is privately held, but a steady stream of Oregon cannabis companies have either gone public in Canada, where the finance environment is friendlier to "plant-touching" companies, or rolled into larger enterprises that have Canadian listings. Cura would certainly be the biggest company in the state's young industry to go public.
The Singapore-based manufacturing giant reported a decent second quarter but will fall far short of Wall Street's original expectations for the next couple of reports.
Most stocks have been thoroughly shaken and stirred since early October, and a long-overdue corrective move finally took shape. Not even the bluest of the blue chips have been immune. The Dow Jones Industrial Average still is off its record high from a couple months ago, and several Dow stocks still are vulnerable to more selling. The initial shellshock has started to fade, however, the smoke is clearing and some stocks are recovering. Smart investors are now weighing the impact and searching for opportunities. Some Dow Jones stocks may have more downside to dish out, but a handful of these iconic names are looking oversold, undervalued and ripe for a rebound sooner than later. Remember: Corporate earnings have never been better, and consumer confidence is as high as it's been in years. Clearly something is going right. Here's a look at five Dow stocks that may have more ground to give up before they hit bottom, and two industrial-average components that may already be buys at current prices. But a note: Most of these "stocks to sell" are merely in short-term trouble. A sizable pullback from any of them could ultimately turn into a buying opportunity. SEE ALSO: 12 Vulnerable Stocks to Watch on Market-Wide Weakness
The company plans to raise as much as 6.8 billion rupees ($51 million) to expand its sock manufacturing capacity by around 20 percent and enter the denim business, said Chairman and Co-Founder Musadaq Zulqarnain. “Our capacity is already full,” Zulqarnain said in an interview at the company’s head office in Faisalabad. The listing comes as Prime Minister Imran Khan tries to spark an export revival to make up ground that Pakistan has lost to low-cost manufacturing destinations like Vietnam and Bangladesh.
The Financial Times US banking editor is charting her training over the course of a year. Catch up with the series here . I have run two marathons in eight days. People keep asking me how it went, and ...
Adidas earnings and sales beat, as Kanye West's Yeezy designs reportedly boosted online sales. But the athletic giant cut sales guidance. Adidas stock fell.
A few years back, the athletic apparel industry converged on lifestyle trends, and athleisure was born. Ever since, athletic apparel stocks have been red hot, and they aren’t showing any signs of cooling off any time soon. Over the past five years, the sportswear market in the U.S. has grown at a 6.5% compounded annual growth rate, significantly outpacing the overall apparel and footwear market’s growth rate of just 2.5%.
Nike Stock Is Up 22.4% in 2018: What’s Driving It? Of the 37 analysts covering Nike (NKE) on November 6, ~60.0% have retained their “buy” ratings on its stock, and 35.0% have given it “hold” ratings. The remaining analysts have given NKE “sell” ratings.
Nike Stock Is Up 22.4% in 2018: What’s Driving It? In the trailing nine quarters, Nike (NKE) has beaten analysts’ estimates on all occasions. Nike’s adjusted EPS for the first quarter of fiscal 2019 totaled $0.67—better than analysts’ estimate of $0.63.
Nike Stock Is Up 22.4% in 2018: What’s Driving It? Nike’s (NKE) margins have been improving due to increases in full-price selling and its higher average selling price. In the first quarter of fiscal 2019, Nike’s gross margin expanded 50 basis points to 44.2% due to the factors mentioned above.
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board aims to bring the same consistency of measuring and reporting data investors rely on from financial information to environmental, social, and governance factors.
BERLIN—Adidas AG on Wednesday lowered its full-year sales forecast because of slower growth in Western Europe, as it faces tougher competition from rival Nike Inc. in its largest market. Adidas Chief Executive Kasper Rorsted said the company had focused too much on its athletic-style brand, Originals, in Western Europe and was too slow in reacting to a consumer shift toward sport apparel and footwear. Adidas in the summer said it was having some trouble in the region, and made management changes at the time.